Where Fantasy and Facts Meet: Fairy Science Books from 1870 to 1900

Natalie Ziarnik

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Natalie Ziarnik is the Head of the Children’s Department at the Ela Area Public Library District in Lake Zurich, Illinois. She is a member of the Hans Christian Andersen Nominating Committee.


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Stuart Dodgson Collingwood, The Life and Letters of Lewis Carroll (Project Gutenberg E-Book http://www.gutenberg.org/files/11483/11483-h/11483-h.htm#CHAPTER_11_T).

John Amos Comenius, Orbis Pictus, A facsimile of the first English edition of 1659 introduced by John E. Sadler (London: Oxford UP, 1968).

Caleb Bingham, An Astronomical and Geographical Catechism for the Use of Children, 2nd edition. Published According to an Act of Congress (Boston: S. Hall, 1796): 5.

Tom Telescope, Tom Telescope’s Newtonian Philosophy. The Newtonian Philosophy in General explained and illustrated by familiar objects in a series of entertaining lectures by Tom Telescope (London: Thomas Tegg and Son, 1838): 157. Originally published by John Newbery in 1761.

Priscilla Wakefield, An Introduction to Botany, in a Series of Familiar Letters, with Illustrative Engravings, 2nd edition (London: E. Newbery, 1789): 2.

Peter Parley, The Wonders of the Telescope, or First Elements of Astronomy, According to the Latest Discoveries (London: Darton and Clark, between 1836 and 1845): 22–23.

John Henry Pepper, The Boy’s Playbook of Science: including the various manipulations and arrangements of chemical and philosophical apparatus (London: Routledge Warne, 1860): 119.

Arabella B. Buckley, The Fairy-Land of Science (London: Edward Stanford, 1878): 4.

A.L.O.E., Fairy Frisket, or, Peeps at Insect Life (London: T. Nelson and Sons, 1870): 15.

A.L.O.E., Fairy Know-a-Bit; or, a Nutshell of Knowledge (London: T. Nelson and Sons, 1870).

A.L.O.E., Fairy Frisket, or, Peeps at Insect Life, 105.

Lucy Rider Meyer, Fairy Land of Chemistry: Explorations in the World of Atoms (Boston: Lothrop, 1887).

Judy Taylor et al., Beatrix Potter: 1866–1943. The Artist and Her World (London: Warne, 1987): 90–91.

Beatrix Potter, Fairy Caravan (London: Frederick Warne & Co., 1929): 217.

Eve Curie Labouisse, Madame Curie: A Biography (New York: William Heinemann, 1938): 371. Translated by Vincent Sheean.

“Einstein’s Folklore,” Folklife Today (blog), December 18, 2013, http://blogs.loc.gov/folklife/2013/12/einsteins-folklore/.




DOI: https://doi.org/10.5860/CAL.13n2.5

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